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For the Children Spring 2009 issue.

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Harrison's Heart

At just two days old, Harrison had life-saving open heart surgery at Cincinnati Children's.

At just two days old, Harrison had life-saving open heart surgery at Cincinnati Children's.

Quest for a Cure

At age 10, Jori was diagnosed with Eosinophilic Disease. Her doctors at the Cincinnati Center for Eosinophilic Disorders are on a quest for a cure.

At age 10, Jori was diagnosed with Eosinophilic Disease. Her doctors at the Cincinnati Center for Eosinophilic Disorders are on a quest for a cure.

Diagnosing Jackson

Diagnosed with neurofibromatosis at age 1, Jackson began treatment at the Neurofibromatosis Clinic at Cincinnati Children's.

Diagnosed with neurofibromatosis at age 1, Jackson began treatment at the Neurofibromatosis Clinic at Cincinnati Children's. 

Creating Your Legacy

Retired physician, C. Nelson Melampy, MD, is one of the most generous, long-time financial supporters of Cincinnati Children's.

Retired physician, C. Nelson Melampy, MD, is one of the most generous, long-time financial supporters of Cincinnati Children's.

Ask Karen

A photo of Karen Ecker Kratz.

Karen Ecker Kratz answers questions about planned giving.

Caring for Kids

Meet Missy Wolf, nurse for StarShine Hospice of Cincinnati Children's.

Meet Missy Wolf, nurse for StarShine Hospice of Cincinnati Children's. 

Our Children, Our Future

The largest auxiliary of Cincinnati Children's, Kindervelt, is committed to supporting the Division of Asthma Research.

The largest auxiliary of Cincinnati Children's, Kindervelt, is committed to supporting the Division of Asthma Research.

In the News

Learn what's new at Cincinnati Children's

  • Kids Win Again
  • Peña Earns Surgery’s Most Prestigious Award
  • Liberty Campus Offers Specialized Services
  • Heart Institute Appoints Towbin as Co-Director 
  • Anderson to Step Down as President and CEO